Premier League ambitions for Team Alexander following the Business Fives regional tournament

With ambitions now for the Premier League, we are delighted that Team Alexander defended its regional Manchester Business Fives title again yesterday. A huge thank you to Business Fives Ltd for organising yesterday’s event that raised over £2,700 for various charities.

We also secured a £350 donation to Forever Manchester, one of our chosen charities for the current year.

Team Alexander took home the winner’s trophy for the second year in a row for the regional heat, winning the final on penalties.

We are particularly proud to have taken home three trophies, with our accounts and audit team member Robbie Hesketh winning Man of the Match in the final and Toby Davies from our tax team winning the Golden Glove for his epic goal saving abilities.

Congratulations to the entire team and onto the national finals again:

Premier League

Left to right: Adam Alan, Robbie Hesketh, Matthew Stambach, Matthew Lenney, Toby Davies, Daniel Cartwright, Bailey Hunter and Ben Coffey.

Our chosen charity Forever Manchester

Forever Manchester, a community foundation is a charity which raises money to support and fund activity for communities across the Greater Manchester region. Established in 1989, it has raised over £59 million to date. These funds support and fund over 1,300 community projects every year. Further information on the Forever Manchester charity can be found on their website.

Team Alexander – premier league tax and accounting 

As well as scoring goals on the pitch, we also offer a premier league service for our clients. We work with a wide range of clients, providing tax, accountancy and business advisory advice across the UK. This includes the football industry, the wider sports industry and a wide range of business sectors across the UK.

To find out more about the expert services we offer, please visit or services page, or contact us to discuss how we can assist you.


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